Bad Credit Small Business Loans – Bad Credit? I’ve Still Got Something For You!

Have a business dream in mind, but not the money? Have been called a dreamer for too long, when you know you have the potential….but not the funds? Your sole drive is to be your own master and so you want to start your own business venture, but cannot start off with the small financial reserveS you have? Well…….. there’s no point asking the ‘what’s common in all these’ question, because they all mean but one thing-you want to start your own business, but need the capital to kick start it. If you’re one of them who dreamt big and are sure of your potential, but haven’t got the perfect credit record for it-just give it a go with Bad Credit Small Business Loans.Bad Credit Small Business Loans are perfect for beginners in business. With these loans, you can start a new business or expand your already existing one. When taking a Bad Credit Small Business Loan for starting a new business venture, you will need capital to buy office space, hire labour, buy office machinery and other necessities, to acquire a licence for your business, etc. A small financial reserve cannot support such expenses and this is why such loans are perfect! When taking Bad Credit Small Business Loans to make additions to your already existing business, you will need capital to buy additional office space, machinery, hire additional labour, etc. Although when in business and already in possession of large financial reserves, you cannot bite into your company’s savings to fund such massive expenses. This is again where Bad Credit Small Business Loans are ideal! Bad Credit Small Business Loans can be used as business capital to purchase raw material for your next production cycle.Business loans on the whole are not extremely easy to obtain. Business loan amounts are much larger than regular personal loans and therefore more is the risk for the lenders giving them. You need to prove your business venture’s credibility (for existing enterprises) by showing profit/loss statements of previous years, nature and term of business, outstanding loans, etc. and (for new ventures) you need to be able to assure your lenders of the profits, explain the nature of your business and also explain how you will come through with the existing competition. In short, you must be able to convince your lenders that you will make enough profits to be able to sustain yourself in the existing business and will also be financially comfortable in repaying your Bad Credit Small Business Loan.Proving your credibility while displaying a ‘defaulter’s’ tag is paradoxical. This is why lenders hesitate when approving loans for someone with bad credit. Bad credit simply tells your lender that you are not reliable when it comes to repaying your loan. This is simply because individuals like you and me end up with ‘bad credit’ because of bankruptcies, late or non payments, C.C.J.’s (county court judgements), arrears, etc. No lender in his right frame of mind would want to lend money to someone he is not sure of getting it repaid from. However, Bad Credit Small Business Loans counter this whole scenario by creating loans that are specially tailored to your need and situation. To make the scene fair for lenders too, you are forced to deal with a slightly elevated interest rate to nullify the risk factor.I personally think that the deal is still good enough considering the fact that I will surely be able to repay this loan in full and on time. It will also give me a chance to better my credit statement and add some ‘positives’ to it instead.

An Inside Look at the Importance of a Smile in Sales

If you’re in sales, then you’ve probably heard all sorts of advice, from “don’t oversell” to “focus on solving problems.” However, one of the best pieces of advice that many forget is to smile! After all, your smile is one of the first features people notice about you, and it plays an essential role in the first impression you make. Keep reading to learn all about the importance of a smile in sales (as well as how cosmetic dentistry can help!).

Smile: Your Sale Depends on It!

Knowing your product and knowing your audience are key in sales. However, you don’t get far if your client doesn’t trust you or believe you. That’s why it’s so important to make a good first impression! Here are a few ways a smile can help:

• Smiling is more powerful than you might think – One study found that smiling has the same effect on our brain as $25,000 in cash!

• Smiling communicates your state of mind – Smiling is a non-verbal cue that you are happy to be where you are, that you are confident in your product, and that you are ready and willing to help.

• Smiling creates a ripple effect of positivity – Have you ever seen a friend yawn and done the same? Or seen someone take a sip of water and immediately realized you’re thirsty? Thanks to the mirroring neurons in our brains, we naturally mimic the behavior of those around us.

But What If You Don’t Like Your Smile?

If you don’t like your smile, don’t worry – that’s where cosmetic dentistry comes in. Whether you’re struggling with misaligned, misshapen, cracked, or otherwise imperfect teeth, your smile goals aren’t out of reach. The first step? Scheduling an appointment with a skilled cosmetic dentist. For both my father and myself, providing high-quality, personalized, and judgment-free dentistry is a passion. There’s truly nothing better than seeing someone walk out of our office with a dazzling, confident smile! So, don’t wait to make your dream smile a reality – it could make all of the difference when it comes to your personal and professional life!

The Best Job In The World?

1999 was probably the worst year of my professional life. Unsatisfying office jobs followed by long periods of unemployment and claiming benefits. I’d also missed out on an opportunity to train as a Microsoft certified programmer because I was unable to find a placement. The dream of making my way into the world of employment had turned into an absolute nightmare, at times I felt like a total failure.

Towards the end of 1999 an opportunity arose for me to work in a casino. I’d always loved card games after seeing the glitz and glamour of casinos in James Bond movies. Dissatisfied with life in Northern Ireland, at the age of just 20, I packed a couple of suitcases and ended up going to the Isle of Man to train as a croupier (casino dealer) in January 2000. 18 months later I was working on my first cruise ship, and 18 months after that I was boarding the QE2 (the most famous ship of them all) to do a world cruise.

For a young man from a housing estate in Antrim, Northern Ireland this was beyond even my wildest dreams. On a ferry from Belfast to Liverpool in 1997, I’d once seen a pontoon table and croupier and dreamt what it may be to work as a casino dealer on the high seas.

Everything aboard the QE2 was as you would expect, starting with Captain Ron Warwick, who looked exactly what the captain of the QE2 should look like (Google the name if you don’t believe me). Passenger facing crew were immaculate in their appearance. I could probably have shaved with the crease on my pressed tuxedo shirts, and on a number of occassions when I had been sunburnt in port, I could feel the creases cutting into my tender skin as I dealt the cards that evening in the casino.

The great thing for croupiers on cruise ships is that they only work when the ship is in international waters, in port, the casino must close, and casino staff are free to do pretty much whatever they want. Casino staff have a cabin steward who cleans their cabin and takes away their dirty laundry and brings it back fresh each day. We did a 103 day world cruise which included stops in places like Hong Kong, Sydney, Cape Town, Hawaii, Mauritius, Nagasaki, Tahiti and Singapore to name a few. I managed to do some amazing excursions like diving in the great barrier reef, quad biking in the Namibian desert, and dining in all sorts of fine restaurants, trying delicacies like Springbok, Kangaroo, Crocodile and Kobe beef. We made stops in 5 continents, crossed the equator and even experienced living a Tuesday in consequetive days when we crossed the world timeline. Imagine that, you go to bed on Tuesday night, wake up the following morning and its Tuesday again, but this was far from groundhog day.

The role in the casino was not about taking passengers’ money like in a land-based casino, it was about providing them with fun and entertainment. The passengers were friendly and pleasant, many of them being extremely successful people (I understand the lowest cabin cost for a world cruise on the QE2 was about $50,000 in 2003). A lot of the passengers had never played in a casino and were fascinated to learn and experience the one onboard. Just getting to know some of these people was an experience in itself, and a large part of the role in the casino was simply to entertain them whilst they were in the casino.

There were also celebrity passengers. We would finish work and go to the crew/members bar where we would have guest entertainers like the late Des O’Connor and the magician, the late Paul Daniels down to have a drink. God bless them both.

Was my job the best job in the world? Maybe not for everyone, but it was beyond even my wildest dreams and the 6 month experience, as well as the amazing people I met will be something I treasure forever. I was very lucky to have lived this experience and will always be incredibly grateful for it.

Many years have passed since then and I’ve always missed the buzz of casinos which is how Fun 21 Casino Hire was created in 2021. My celebrities now are anyone who hires the No Money Fun Casino that I provide for parties and celebrations, and I aim to give the same experience that you would expect onboard the QE2.